For the operation of the air services under this agreement, each party recognizes the validity of airworthiness certificates issued or validated by the contracting party that designates that airline and which is still in effect, provided that the requirements for these certificates or licences are at least in accordance with the minimum standards that can be established in accordance with the agreement. However, each party reserves the right to refuse recognition as valid for the purpose of fleeing over its own territory, patents and licenses issued to another party to its own nationals or validated for its own nationals. «agreed services,» scheduled flights carried separately for the transport of passengers, freight and/or mail, or in combination for pay or rental on the routes indicated; Each party grants the other contracting parties the following rights for the operation of international air services by the designated airlines of the other contracting parties: For additional flights that the designated airline (s) of a contracting party wishes to operate outside the approved flight plan, that airline must obtain prior authorization from the aviation authorities of the other contracting party. These applications should normally be filed at least four (4) business days prior to the operation of these flights. No contracting party may charge or authorize the designated airlines of another contracting party at higher charges than those charged to their own airlines operating similar international air services. that each designated airline has a fair and equitable opportunity to compete with the provision of international air services governed by this agreement; and the addition of excessive capacity or frequency of air services; In the operation or implementation of approved services on agreed routes, the designated airline or airlines may, subject to national legislation and directives, enter into cooperative marketing agreements that may include code-sharing or block space with: each party`s aviation authority provides, on request, periodic statistics or similar information on traffic with the services agreed to the aviation authorities of other contracting parties. branches in the other party`s territory for the provision, transportation and sale of air services; VU decision taken on 23 November 2004 in Phnom Penh(Cambodia, 10th ATM meeting), to adopt the Roadmap for Aviation Integration and the ASEAN Air Transport Integration and Liberalization Action Plan 2005-2015, which includes strategic measures to further liberalise ASEAN air services and fosters an environment conducive to a single and uniform ASEAN market; This agreement or the actions it has taken do not affect the rights and obligations of the parties under existing international agreements or agreements to which they are also parties, except as stipulated in paragraph 3 of this article. Where possible, a designated airline of another party exempts, on the basis of reciprocity, customs duties, excise duties, control taxes and other national duties and taxes on aircraft, where possible, according to their national law; fuels, ground equipment, lubricants, technical consumables, spare parts, including engines, regular air equipment, aircraft warehouses and other items, such as printed air transport letters, prints, printable documents bearing the company`s printed badges, and the usual advertising material distributed free of charge by this designated airline for the operation or maintenance of the airline`s designated aircraft.